ABOUT #MEACTION UK
Our movement fights for recognition, education, and research so that one day all people with ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) will have access to rapid diagnosis, and compassionate, effective care. As people with ME, carers and allies ourselves, we campaign on the issues that are most pressing.
In Scotland, health is a devolved issue for the Scottish Parliament and covered by #MEAction Scotland.
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We are gearing up for #MillionsMissing 2021! This year will be a week long event, from May 9 to 15, of action and activities to strengthen our community, and fight for recognition, research and medical education for myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). Check out our website for the #MillionsMissing timeline of events, grab your t-shirt, and plan a local event! We
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We are always looking for volunteers with ME and healthy allies to join our team. If you are interested in helping or getting involved click on the photo to contact us today.
Check out our guide to meeting your Member of Parliament (MP). Click the photo to find tips, suggestions, asks and sample language to meet your MP. It will give you the basic tools to help you to feel comfortable meeting with your MP.
We were thrilled at the outcome of the #MEAction press briefing last week where we invited a panel of experts to discuss the intersection between long COVID and myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) to the media. The panelists made it crystal clear that a subset of long haulers are meeting the criteria for ME, and that it
Please help #MEAction UK and #MEAction Scotland by taking part in this survey to find out the effect that Covid-19 has on people with ME. Take the survey We are working in collaboration with Action for ME to gather evidence on the impact of Covid-19 on our community. We have heard many stories from people
In response to an article on Long Covid last week, the Guardian published a letter from three men – Dr Alistair Miller, Professor Paul Garner and Professor Peter White. This letter spread false information about the efficacy and safety of graded exercise therapy for ME and Long Covid. We are pleased to see that The